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International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp.31-36.
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Candice Fredrick, Department of Advanced Studies in Education,Azusa Pacific University,United States of America. Dr. Candice Fredrick's research interests center around gender studies and literature, and her teaching focuses on philosophy and ethics. She has co-authored two books: Women amoung the Inklings: Gender, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and Charles Williams and Women, Ethics, and the Workplace. Dr. Fredrick has given speeches and presentations concerning these works and was featured in a short film called "The Inklings" on the DVD version of the film Lord of the Rings, by National Geographic. She teaches at Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, Calfornia.
Joanne Gilbreath,Department of Advanced Studies in Education Azusa Pacific University, United States of America. Dr. Gilbreath works with active classroom teachers who are completing their Masters Degree in Educational Technology and Learning. This program is delivered in a Distributed Learning Environment, and has, at its core, a focus on true integration of technology into instructional experiences. Dr. Gilbreath is a grant reader for the California Department of Education for the Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) NCLB grants. She has also been a grant reader for The Hewlitt Packard Technology for Teaching Grants. As a consultant, Dr. Gilbreath has worked directly with schools in the area of technology integration as part of their California School Improvement Plan. Other professional interests include designing learning experiences built around Faith Integration within an educational context.
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